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Hello Experts,

As a new joinee I am assigned to work on debugging add on codes which is written in VB.NET and runs in VS 2005. Where can i get sufficient knowledge and materials for same to start from scratch.

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Akash

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    Posted on May 21, 2011 at 04:48 AM

    What does it mean by the following code lines?

    objUDFEngine.CreateTable("PLA1", "Profit and Loss DocLines", SAPbobsCOM.BoUTBTableType.bott_DocumentLines)

    objUDFEngine.AddAlphaField("@PLA1", "part", "Particulars", 100)

    objUDFEngine.AddAlphaField("@PLA1", "extcode", "External code", 10)

    objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "MIPL", "MIPL", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)

    objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "BEDR", "BEDR", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)

    objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "CCDS", "CCDS", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)

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    • Hi Akash

      if you are installed SAP Business One SDK then you can find samples at C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One SDK\Samples

      objUDFEngine.CreateTable("PLA1", "Profit and Loss DocLines", SAPbobsCOM.BoUTBTableType.bott_DocumentLines)
                 objUDFEngine.AddAlphaField("@PLA1", "part", "Particulars", 100)
                 objUDFEngine.AddAlphaField("@PLA1", "extcode", "External code", 10)
                 objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "MIPL", "MIPL", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)
                 objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "BEDR", "BEDR", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)
                 objUDFEngine.AddFloatField("@PLA1", "CCDS", "CCDS", SAPbobsCOM.BoFldSubTypes.st_Price)

      objUDFEngine.CreateTable("PLA1", "Profit and Loss DocLines", SAPbobsCOM.BoUTBTableType.bott_DocumentLines)

      This code will create a table named PLA1, the remaining code will create corresponding columns for PLA1

      Regards

      Arun

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